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GMENCODER(1)		    General Commands Manual		  GMENCODER(1)

NAME
       gmencoder - GNOME 2 front-end for MPlayer/mencoder

DESCRIPTION
       gmencoder  is  a	program	that let you easily encode audio/video streams
       using MPlayer/mencoder. It supports much	of the output codecs  as  well
       as  postprocessing,  cropping,  scale, subtitles	ripping, 1 to 3	passes
       for encoding and	a lot of more options are planned.

CONFIGURATION
       It is important that MPlayer has	a good configuration. You have to have
       a  configuration	 file that allow mplayer to run	without	parameters but
       the data	source.

       DO NOT PUT the line "gui=yes" in	 your  MPlayer's  configuration	 file.
       gmencoder does not work if MPlayer starts up with gui by	default.

       There  are  two	combos	(scale algorithms and post-processing options)
       that are	filled from a configuration file. If this  configuration  file
       is  not	in  the	 correct  directory, combos will be empty. The file is
       gmencoder_opts  and  has	 to  be	 put  in  /etc/gmencoder_opts  or   in
       $HOME/.gemencoder_opts.

USAGE
       Because	it  is	a  GUI program,	it is very easy	to use.	The only thing
       that you	must know is : you have	to analyze the	source	before	to  be
       able  to	fill the scale,	cropping, subtitle or post-processing options.
       Before being pressed, the Analyze File and Analyze DVD buttons are  not
       mouse-sensitive.

SEE ALSO
       mplayer(1), mencoder(1)
       http://gmencoder.sourceforge.net/

AUTHOR
       Check documentation.

       Gmencoder is (C)	2003
	      Salvador Castromil Mart'inez (castrom@attglobal.net)

       This manual page	was written by Benjamin	Zores <ben@tutuxclan.org>

								  GMENCODER(1)

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